2018 Reading Challenge: Books 22-30

Born a Crime (audiobook): 3⭐️

Interesting story but not worth all the language we had to endure. Definitely not a kid friendly audiobook.

Code Name Verity (audiobook): 4⭐️

Excellent audiobook. I’ve heard that the actual book is slow, but these narrators were very good and engaging.

Night Road: 4⭐️

Easy beach read with a good ending

Last Train to Istanbul (audiobook): 4⭐️

Great audiobook. The narrator was perfect.

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings: 4⭐️

Interesting memoir! This lady was determined to succeed.

Killers of the Flower Moon (audiobook): 2⭐️

Interesting story, but just wasn’t for me.

A Thousand Splendid Suns: 5⭐️

Sad story but a good look into the life of those in Afghanistan and what they’ve endured in war over the past 40-50 years.

The 100-Year-Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared: 5⭐️

I absolutely loved this one. It was a good break from the heavy WWII historical fiction I’ve immersed myself in.

West Cork (audiobook): 2⭐️

I listened because it was free. Not nearly as good as Serial. Don’t waste your time.

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